Shows the correlation between posture and personality by showing the influence of posture on personal appearance and efficiency in sports and games, in making friends and in getting a job. ( 1 reviews )
3:30:90- 3:40:90 Interesting overexposed shot from a very low angle (below car level) of an intersection in front of a wooden furniture store's parking lot (in Sacramento). Looks like home movie footage. a film for the United Way of St. Louis in late 1950s to early 1960s. 11:33:22:14 CU deaf boy wearing earphones doing voice training exercises, disembodied woman’s hands hold boy’s hands over his cheeks to help him feel the various vibrations, zoom out to show nun working with deaf boy,...
Social problems of St. Louis in the late 1950s and how they are being addressed by member agencies of the United Fund. With striking images of the underside of the Fabulous Fifties and the Gateway Arch under construction. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Social services, St. Louis, Missouri, Cities: U.S.
Military training film on a New York radio station, WMCA, owned by the Nathan Straus family, showing its ownership, management and activities. Good view of radio in the era when most stations were locally owned and operated. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Communication: Radio, Media: Radio